Inihaw na bangus is a grilled milkfish that has stuffing inside. Bangus is also known as the Philippines National Fish Symbol. It is one of the favourite fish ingredients of most Filipinos. This is also a popular recipe served as pulutan (food taken with alcohol).

This inihaw na bangus recipe has a lot of cooking variations. Some prefer to cook using charcoal or electric grilling pan. Whatever you are using to make it done; the savory taste is still appreciative.

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Ingredients / Materials:

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  • 500 grams boneless milkfish (bangus – clean and slit from the back of the fish up to the tail)
  • 2 medium size tomatoes
  • 4 pcs.green lemon
  • 1 medium size onion (chopped)
  • 5 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 1 lemon grass
  • 1/2 Tbsp. salt (OR according to your taste preference)
  • aluminum foil (just enough to cover the fish)

Inihaw na Bangus Cooking Procedures:

1. Wipe the fish with lemon. Mix the onions, garlic tomatoes and salt. Put it inside the milkfish. Put the lemon grass in between the fish.

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2. Wrap with aluminum foil.

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3. Grill the bangus.

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4. Serve the Inihaw na bangus with sauce (soy sauce, vinegar, lemon and chilli). Enjoy!

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One Response to Inihaw na Bangus (Grilled Milkfish)

  1. sonya says:

    Wow! sarap naman ng inihaw na bangus :D

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